SEV Biblia, Chapter 36:9 Porque contigo está el manantial de la vida; en tu luz veremos la luz.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Psalms 35:9 Verse 9. For with thee is the fountain of life ] This, in Scripture phrase, may signify a spring of water; for such was called among the Jews living water, to distinguish it from ponds, tanks, and reservoirs, that were supplied by water either received from the clouds, or conducted into them by pipes and streams from other quarters. But there seems to be a higher allusion in the sacred text. µyyj rwqm ûm[ yk ki immecha mekor chaiyim, "For with thee is the vein of lives." Does not this allude to the great aorta, which, receiving the blood from the heart, distributes it by the arteries to every part of the human body, whence it is conducted back to the heart by means of the veins. As the heart, by means of the great aorta, distributes the blood to the remotest parts of the body; so, GOD, by Christ Jesus, conveys the life-giving streams of his providential goodness to all the worlds and beings he has created, and the influences of his grace and mercy to every soul that has sinned. All spiritual and temporal good comes from Him, the FATHER, through Him, the SON, to every part of the creation of God.
In thy light shall we see light. ] No man can illuminate his own soul; all understanding must come from above. Here the metaphor is changed, and God is compared to the sun in the firmament of heaven, that gives light to all the planets and their inhabitants. "God said, Let there be light; and there was light; "by that light the eye of man was enabled to behold the various works of God, and the beauties of creation: so, when God speaks light into the dark heart of man, he not only beholds his own deformity and need of the salvation of God, but he beholds the "light of the glory of God in the face of Jesus Christ;"God, in Christ, reconciling the world to himself."In thy light shall we see light." This is literally true, both in a spiritual and philosophical sense.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 5-12 - Men may shut up their compassion, yet, with God we shall find mercy This is great comfort to all believers, plainly to be seen, and not to be taken away. God does all wisely and well; but what he does we know not now, it is time enough to know hereafter. God's loving-kindness i precious to the saints. They put themselves under his protection, an then are safe and easy. Gracious souls, though still desiring more of God, never desire more than God. The gifts of Providence so far satisf them, that they are content with such things as they have. The benefi of holy ordinances is sweet to a sanctified soul, and strengthening to the spiritual and Divine life. But full satisfaction is reserved for the future state. Their joys shall be constant. God not only works in them a gracious desire for these pleasures, but by his Spirit fill their souls with joy and peace in believing. He quickens whom he will and whoever will, may come, and take from him of the waters of lif freely. May we know, and love, and uprightly serve the Lord; then n proud enemy, on earth or from hell, shall separate us from his love Faith calleth things that are not, as though they were. It carries u forward to the end of time; it shows us the Lord, on his throne of judgment; the empire of sin fallen to rise no more __________________________________________________________________
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